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CHICAGO DAILY PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
VOLUME XII.
PiiESS AND TRIBUNE. .
FEIDAY MOIISIKO,
Ten Dollar Hill Altered from A
For description of * ce* and
ation of a flnt to u ten AoH&r bill aeajrfbney er-* m
tide on fourth pge.
The Apportionment Bill. B<
The Democratic Rerrjmander passed the £
Houso of RfprePeTitatiTfcß at Springfield od 8!
Wednesday by a atrsight party rote. Tbe towo
o( "Soctb-West Chicago*' was sot crested prior £
to the taking of the vote. hi
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For Pike's Peak.
Parties ere beginning to more westward to * e
the new gold fields. We hear of two companies
who went west within the last week from Clin* *
ton, lowa, by tbe Chicago, lowa and Nebraska oi
Railway; and of another that took the same di-
rection by teams. Within tbe next few weeks q
we presume all onr thoroughfares west will be
crowded with emigrants.
Division or Cook County* D<
The County of Cook, under the new eppor* m
tlonxnent bill, gets two Senators acd six Rep
reaentatives. The county is thus divided: P*
Second Dutrict —The towns of South Chicago, 01
Southwest Chicago, Rich, Ijemont, Worth, Ly fi]
ODfl, Palog, Orlacd, Lake, Bremen, Thornton,
and Bloom, in Cook county. Population, 47,- n ,
W. -
Third D'uirici -Tbe towns of West Chicago,
North Chicago, Leyden, Jtffe;son, Niles, Maine,
Eik Grove. Sbaumberg, Hanover, Nottbtield,
Wbet)3inp, Palatine, Barrington, Proviso, Cio
eio, New Trier. Lake View and Evanatoo, in
Cook county. Population, 56,161. tl
We wish to ask tbe Timu & question. Why
is there put into District Second 8,862 less pop
ulation than in District Third? Why are tbe &f
districts not made eqaalf What valid objection G
is there to putting tbe towns of West Chicago, **
Cicero and Proviso into tbe Second District? g,
WUh thum it would still contain 2,000 less pop- ci
lation than the Third. The growth of popula
tion in the Third is much faster than in tbe \j
Second District. Tbe population of Cook Coun
ty to-day it et least 140,000. of which the Third re
JiUtrict cjutaiug fully 89,000, and the Second PJ
only CO. 000, It was only a few days ego that the
Tims claimed thut tVe West Division contained
£5,000, three-fourths of which is thrown into
No. 3. This very unequal division of Cook Q
County has been made at tbe instance of tbe C 1
Time* clique. Will that ebeet explain why it jv
was done 1 a
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x The Swindle Confessed.
The Republicans admit that the present nppor- V
tionmmt is mom favorable to the election of a
Republican Legislature than is possible under a P 1
new law, arid the ef.Jte they have revived that do
bill shall pass at this sesaiuo.— ®j
Why is It impossible to pas* a new law thut
V would be more favorable tlun the present one ? c<
The Lw as it nojr statute was based upon tbe ccn- tc
sua of 1800, under which the Democrats gain an
advantage equivalent to three Senators and eight lc
Representatives. That is, they hjive that many j)
more meuiliers than the population of tbe Demo- ui
cratic coaniie* entitles them i% The Timet de- *
clarea that the new bill is much worse for the Re- 11
publicans tbnn even tbe old law! which is a fact.
It conlereupou 121,190 Democratic voters, forty
seven inemliew of the and upon 125,27 j li
Republicans, only thirty three Representative. *
It the members representing a majority of tbe j||
people of tbe State take steps to prevent the en- tl
uctinout of this iniquitous* swindle, it Is called al
••revoluiionan Who causa tbc revolution ? r '
Not the R»]ml»licanP, surely. C(
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The State Scnnte on Slare-Tradinc and h
Cuba Mealing. ©
Iq tbe Slate Senate on Wednesday, Mr.
Judd introduced a pair of reflations a? an
amendment to a series offered by Jlr. Higbee
Oefiniug the beliefs of tlie Democracy of llli-
uoie. Sir. Judd'o resolutions declared .first j,
agamst tbe rccc-nl attemptß to revive the
African Slave Trade, and instructed our
Senators aud fieprc.'ent-.tives in CoQgreEK to ~
use their cfTortji to und better en- a
force our existing laws for tbe suppression of *
that truffle. The K*cond asserted that the
pretest national administration bad forfeited }
the confidence of the people of Illinois, and a
therefore our Senators were requested to op- c
pose tbc preposition now pending to place
$30,000,000 at the disposal of the President *
to I>3 expended by him in tbe acquisition of
foreign territory. , e
The fir«t regulation was adopted unani- c
motislv, aud tbe second was defeated by a c
strict party vote. • (
C. W. Waiie, Eeq.- t one of the moat vig
orous writers in tbe State, is about to leave the
True Republican to take charge of a tri weekly *
journal at Rock Island. The Republicans of (
Rtnk Island bave been fortunate in securing tbe 1
services of Mr. Waite. 1
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ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.
{
Twenty-First General Assenblf*
SranrcniLn. Feb. 1,1859, '
SENATE. 1
Mr. Vanderen introduced an act to incorporate 1
the City Railroad Company cf Springfield. Sec- '
o&d reading. I
Mr. Cock.—An act to authorize the building
of a bridge across tbe Big Vermillion Ri»er, in
La Salle Co. Second reading.
VLr. Judd. —An act regulating tbe tale of pro
perty for freight and storage due Railroad Com- '
panies. To second reading. ]
Mr. Knopp —An act to permanetly settle tbe ;
State Fair Grounds—appropriating $15,000 to
purchase 40 acres of land, etc., to be selected
not more than one mile and a half from the 1
corporate limns oi Springbeld. Second read- i
ing. • /
Mr. Judd.—An act to incorporate the Chicago
Law College. Second reading.
Mr. Judd.—An ac. to amend anMtto provide
for a general system of baoking, approved Feb.
15, '54, and acts axendatory thereto. Second
reading.
An act to authorize the Bale of the Chicago,
St. Paul and Fond du Lac Railroad, and enable
tbe purchasers to form a corporation. Passed—
•yes, 24; noee, none.
Bill to incorporate Dixon. Pasaedr-ayes, 8S;
noes, none.
Ao act establishing a State Reform School for
jorcnile delinquents. Passed—ayes. IS; noes,
12. .
An ffct to incorporate the Harbor and Cfvnal
Improvement Company, and for drainage pur
pones. Passed—a>es, 13; noes, 7.
An act to authorise tbe formation of Gas Com
panies. Oo motion of Mr.Jtackmaater, an addi
tional section was added by tmanlmons consent.
Amendment concurred in. Passed.
BUU&E.
The act for tbe sale of Swamp Linds was
up, debated and patsed.
The bill for on act to define tbe duties of owners
of feme* was lakeu up and discussed.
Mr. Huribul moved as a bubstitute for tbe bill,
aa amendment to amend 14, of act of 1645, to
provide for the a*-H>t>tncnt of die franchise, etc.;
and uUo that Boards ot Sujicrviaors may bold the
poncrs delegated to the County Courts.
' * Oo the q»e>tion to adopt tbe substitute, tbe roll
m* called with tbe fallowing result: ayes 41;
noes 19. This adopting the substitute. It was or
dered io be cugrosxd for a third reading.
Mr. Speaker aunounccd tbe special order being
act to subtend the collection of the two mill tax.
The special order was tbea t*kea up and on mo
tion to oroer the tame to a seooud reading,
Ue«tfm. Detricb, Higgios, Harmon, Davis of Mont
gomcrv, aud Peck opposed the bill; Messrs.
Church,Uurlbut, Haiues and Green arguing in its
favor.
SENATE-FEB. 2, 1869.
The Senate laid on the table, until the 4th of
July, the bill introduced by Mr. Bryan, to suspend
tbe collection of the two mill tax.
Mr. Underwood moved to suspend the rales In
order to reconsider the vote upon tbe passage of
tbe bill efrtabli&aing a Slate Reform School. Tbe
motion elicited a lively di-codiion, but was lost by
a vole of 13 to 10—two-thirds being required to
.jtuspend the rules.
. The hour ol eleven having arrived, the special
warder upon the House joint resolutions relative to
•cabling a Convention to amend the Constitution,
•ww taken up. The question being upon their
.adoption, the vote stood as follows :
AYE®—Messrs. Adams of Lee. Addami of
Stephenson, Applington. Bestor, Blodgett,Cook,
Fuller, Goudy, Henderson, Judd, Knykendall,
.Marshall, Martin, Parka, Richmond, Underwood,
and Vanderen—l7.
Niks—Brooks, Bryan, Buckmaater, Coflfey,
Higbee, Knapp, O'Kcan, and Poet—S.
HODSE.
Tbe following bills were taken up and paaasd:
To amend tbe act of .February 23, 1847, in re
lation to a School Diftnct in Township 89, north
range 14 Esat, in tbe Citjr of ChicagoTo au
thorize tbe towo of Maine, Cook eonnty, to
fcuild a Town HouseTo authorise tbe County
Courts and Boards of Snpervisors to vacate and
re-locate Bute and County Roods in their dis
cretion 'To regulate mining: it provides pen
alties fpr trespassing spon mineral lands.
Authorizing persons who lay ont towns to
employ others than county survey on to lay out
ana plat such towns, and legalizing the reports
of ouch special surveyors. Laid on the table.
To authorize Justices of the Peace to trans
act judicial business la certain cooes, (t pro-
Tides that in cases where the county Judge is in
tor sited, by consent of parties, one of the Boun
ty Justioea of tbe Peaoe may proaide. -
Bill making appropriations Tor Hospital;-for
4b* Insane was ordered to be lcid tn the table
and printed.
TUB STATS APPOanOXUKNT BIU. PASS KB,
The special order was "io "T>e* J Jlje £
Apportionment Bill, Ifitrodocr.d bv M?. Andttf- tl
sm«» wbicli was tak-n up. Tbe bill w«s£*a4 r ?> *
foil, and 1 ben read fena/trn for the porpJto ef r
amendment. • » >1
Mr. Peck .moved to "strike out the words .S
VSouih-WeatUbioaigo," frrim tte paragraph de- B
scribing tbe Secon 1 Senatorial Dietrirt, for the
reason that there is no such town. Laid on the 0
table, on motion of Mr.. Detricb• -ayes SS, hoes' ti
82 ' " " n
Mr. Plato moved to strike ont'"Kendal! "
from Fourth District, for tbe reason that the '
remaining counties of Kane, De&tlto, and Lee d
have a population sufficient to entitle them to a tl
Senator. 'Lost—ayes SS, noes 32.
A largo nnmber ot otber amendments were of*'
lered--eome of which were designed to correot n
constitutions! defec-*, or gross violations of both.
tbe letter and spirit of the Constitution, with -
which the bill abonn-->. bat they were all tabled'
or voted down by the majority. h
An exciting dtbste eneu.'d, participated in by p
Mesfers. Church, Uurlbut, Swett, Pctk, Mack,
Craddock, aod oth-.TF.
Mr. Detricb c fibred us *n aiaeudment, an ad- K
ditional section eree<ing a new town in Cook S
©ountj, to be called S.mthwest-Cbicago.
. Mr. Mack claimed that tbe amendment was
not ia order, for the reason that it was not ger- lc
main to the title and objects of the.bllL . fii
Speaker Morrison sustained Mr. Mack's 8(
point, and rated that tbe amendment was cot in .
order. "
Tbe bill was then rad a third lime by its title, si
and passed. It is not nece&s3ry to. give g
the ayes and noes, us tbo vote was elrietlv >.
psrtizan—every Democrat' votiDg for tbe bil^
and every Republican against it. "
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.-[fromthe.Mad'.ccs Jeurna!,Feb.2.]
The Governor transmitted to tbe Senate to daa a(
the appointment of Horace A- Tenny, as State
Comptroller, for confirmation. The subject was
laid on tbe iable for fatore action. in
The-Legislature, in joint convention this cl
afternoon, eleaed Messrs. M. Davii, O. M. tc
Conover, Kelson Dewey and Harrison C. Hobart, f c
as members of tbe Board of Regents of the Wis
comin University, for tbe full term, and Carl A
Sclraix to fill a vacancy. They are divided politi- is
cally,threeEepabllcang and two Democrats. Tm*y 0 j
are all men of ability, and their election, wiiu
great unanlmityj angtus well for the future of the
University. . a '
Tbe Senate concurred in the passage of the -A
resolution adopted by the Aa&unbly yt*>terday, n
provldidg for the amendment ot the Statutes ty K .
he Judiciary Committee. *
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From WashlDgton* S
WAUUKoroy, Feb. 2 —The Judiciary C6m- e;
mittee of the Senate have decided tbe Indiana ti
casein favor of Messrs. Bright and Fitch. e .
It is now positively stated on tbe authority of
tbe President that Secretary Cobb is preparing
a communication to Congress Recommending a tl
revision of tbe tariff. it
Senator Slidell says he would be willing to c
take the tariff of 1846 temporarily, and tbe in
dications ore that a bill revising that bill can ••
pass tbe Senate: a<
Wr.Tolee, Chairman of tbe Senute Committee f
on Post Offices, is preparing a bill for postal re- . [
form. The proposition of a uniform increase *'
on letter.postage has not yet been agreed .to, a d
desire being expressed to have two rates—3 n
cents under 800 miles, and 5 ceots over that dis
tance.
Nsw Vonx, Feb. B.—The Dai'y j\eu>« Wash- ®
iogton correspondent aajs, it is reported that a "
secret movement is on foot to ascertain if the a
Democratic members of both bouses can agree p
upon an address to the Democrats of tbe Uaion,
which shall settle pn some uniform basis of ac- 61
tion of tbe party. 0
Later from Hayti. a
Bostom, Feb. 3 —Cape ITaytien udvices of Jan. n
15th report everything quiet there, hut measures 8'
were iu active progress for tne orgnnizatiuu und tl
permaneut «-stahlkUmont. ot the Republic. The *
new political movemeot has enli«ted the pjmpa- v
thiesaud support of the comm M rc'al class £r?irr- P
ally, and important all bad been rendered GeCf- b
rard. - \
fcjoulnnque ond hWarmy inn very destitute e
condition. He had placed family »u boird a n
vessel at Port Au Pnncc, aud there Uno doubt of j
hU intentions of making his escape r,-ora tbe t
00 on try. * "
THE CJLTY. I
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CniCAQO Collegc. —Mr. Judd, on Tihj.h- (
day laAt, introduced a bill into the State Senate to c
incoriJpnUeibe "Chicago College/' . *
Chicago, St. Paul and Fond pct .Lac it. R. J
—The bill to authorize the Rule of this railroad, c
I aud enable the purchasers to form a corporation; t
I pasted our State Senate on Tuesday luat. *
Sloan's Cohmebcial College.—The following j
young gentlemen passed a credi able examination 4
at Sloan's Commercial College, on Wednesday
evening last: R. Jam's Oshim, James C '
Gardner, James M. Wallace, R. 11. Eldridge, E. B. \
UoDlton, S.S. Smith. ]
1
Ru.vawats.—A span of horces, attached to a 1
carriage pole, ran through Randolph street iast j
evening about o'clock, to tbe great danger t
of pedestrians. Whom the horses belonged to, j
or where the/ came from, we could not ascer- '
tain. '
Mobe Gbadcates.—Sloan's Commercial College ]
has added seven more young men to its long li>t
of graduates. Last evening the Board of Exami« <
ncrs awarded diplomas to the following yoang 1
men, who acquitted themselves with credit: IL ,
Mason, J. C. Gardner, W. H. Jamw C.
Wallaoe, S. S. Smith, R. S. Houlton, J.ime#
Oiborn. '
Too rtasT Shad.—We are much indebted to 1
our generous friends, Gage, Brother h Drake,
of the Tremont House, for a prodigal mesa of
shad, the first of the season, which were brought
from Charleston, S. 0., to tbe order of these
gentlemen.
"Life I* a «W-ov, how It (Ilea."
Masonic Festival.—The Festival given by
Cleveland Lodge, No. 211, at the TremontHouse
last evening, was a perfect success, aa every
body knew it would be. The company was very
large, tbe ladies beautiful, the musio divine,
the supper—it
that is sufficient!' The reputation ol Cleveland
Lodge lor Festivals is established for all time.
Tss Boons Coi.v Makkos.—William Peck and
Monroe C. Kidder, who were arrested a few
days ago for manufacturing bogus United States'
coin, were brought before Commissioner Hoyne
yesterday' clternoon, and, after examination,
were held in sl,oiX> each to anawer before the
United States Cireait Court. Being nnable to
give tbe necessary bonds they were committed.
Aehostbo fob stkaung Gbass Sssn.—A man
named John G. Brown was arrested on Wednes
day, charged with stealiog thirteen begs of
grass seed from a farmer named E SmiUi, who
resides at Addison, DoPage County. The seed
was worth about SSO, and was sold by Brown for
$176 per bnsbeL He was traced to this city by -
the team he used. Brown was brought before
Justice Stickney.at the Armory yesterday after*
noon, and after taking the evidence of offioer
Davis, who arrested bim, he was beld in f£00:
lor further examination.
Ftnu—About half-past five o'clock yesterday
morning, a fire was discovered in the building XO.
108 Milwaukee Avenue, occupied by Michael Kur
soßky.a* a bakery. The front parf of tbe build
ing was saved, but the back part end contents
were entirely consumed. Loos on Mr. K.'s stock,
about sooo—insured for S3OO.
Tbe shop adjoining, occupied by A. Bock, was
• seriously damaged, and contents almost entirely
destroyed. Loss about s3oo—no Insurance. Tbe
\ wagon diop of Oliver Sparder was somewhat
r Foxnraicx Douglass' Lxctcbb.—The public
I should not neglect the lecture of Frederick
Douglass, the eloquent and determined cham
* plon of his proscribed race, to be given |
e this evening at Metropolitan HalL Aside from
j tbe real interest—we might almost say romance
? —which attaches to bis position land character, !
I he has a power of eloquence rarely reached by
0 men of much more famed opportunities and an
-1 tecedents. His persistent ond effectual battles
r again* prejudice, oppression and wrong bave
f* greatly endeared him not only to hi* own suffer
:» ing race, bat to oil trae-herrted lovers of truth
and justise throughout the land. Let him have
' a large ond appreciative audience,
r, •**
Ths Nsw Coukt roi Chicago.—lu the lower
Boase of oar Legtslstare on Wednesday, the
bill presented by Mr. Higgins, creating tbe "Su
£ perior Court" of Chicago, passed by 0 vote of
1. 64 to 8. Tbe bill establishes o Superior Court
o of three Judges, of which the present Jadgs of
£ the Cemmon Pleas Court shall be Pjyidos
B . for the election of two Jadges on the first Taesdsy
a- of April* tbe ooe obtaining the grsstoft number
of votes to be elected for six years, and the oec-
Qt ond highest for-four, jeors—oee Judge to be
U elected every two years thereafter, and to hold
his office for six yaara.- Xtslso provides for the
J" election of two additional clerks, in the same
0. manner and for the some term as the
a- the fees te be equally dividedwiththe present
clerk.
1 ' SPAIN. 1
Lecture by Sir. George Sumner.
An smple and attentive audience greeted Hr.
Sumner at Metropolitan Hall last evening, on'
tbe occasion of his lecture before the Toung
► Men's Association on the subject of "Spain." J
Tbe course of history and the condition of •
.Spurn were discussed in such a manner as to
show to every one tbe lesson that belongs to
cor own time and our own laud, yet without ob- c
trosively dwelling upon the parallel or tbe
moral so clearly indicated. At the close the
speaker received the warm applause of tbe au
dience. We present the following synopsis of t
the lecture:
s
Mr. Sumner, in announcing hia subject,'
marked its limits by saying that he proposed,
neither a history nor a sketch, nor a treatise on f<
national character, nor a book of travels : but
bis hope would be, in tbe honr in which he wss £
privileged to address them, to present some
thing partaking of all these, which should body n
forth to the general apprehension an idea of £
Spain— of that ancient, peculiar, interesting, de- tl
bilitated country. Conducting his audience h
into Spain by the Pyrenees, he described tbe *
first impressions of the traveller, who fiods a £
sombre cloud oi melancholy brooding over tbe tl
land; through which occasionally, as
sia, break bright electric flashes of inordinsi* g (
gayety. A burning snn and tbe absence of jt
lakes cause a parching beat, and deprive
the heavens of those grand masses of roll- tl
ing vapor, aod those ever varyiog tints 1
which make the glory of an Italian or ah 9
American sunset. He reaches a city like Burgos,
aud ftuds in the month of July crowd? of stroog, g
able-bodied men walking solemnly on the Ala• £
meda, wrapped to their cliius in thick brown a
cloaks, and if be ventures to suggest that this win
ter garment is needlessly warm, U told, iu apology \]
for wearing it, that there in Spain it Is caqtomary. c
Again and azain wilt he hear this answer, which p
is the concluding word to all arguments in favor ( |
ol impiovetneut. Some of tbe Spaniards, con- &
scions of the unchanging sta'e of thing*,tell a story,
at their own expense, of a visit which o'd Fither
Adam paid to tbe earth, n* wandered through
miny countries of Europe, but was pained and
sadd?oed hy ull the improvements which he saw. 3
Nothing, he said, louked right until he eame to
Spain, when i.c thrtw up his bauds in delight, aud
exclaimed, "Ah, this now look* mtaral ; there's p
the very same oil plough I us. d when I last work- P
el here." [I
Where once was a population of forty millions f,
the trnveUr fiads only twelve millions—sees aa d
immense extent of country without roads or
cinals, except those for irrigation, a legacy of e
tSe eoliffhtened Moors-goeß to tbe seaports, n
and few small coasters, with cargoes of r ,
trifling v&lue, and a few old bulks, memorials of
the naval grandeur ot Spain, rotting in their
desolate waters—comes to the capital and finds
neither art nor industry, bulu host of huogry 1
olfice-hunlora sad holders, whose language and
appearance at their daily turn out in the Puerto c 1
del Sol, remind bim, it an American, of Penn
sylvania avenue during certain months cf March.
Pennsylvania avenue, however, ia two things
surpasses the Puerto del Sol -viz, its fames "
of bad whieky nnd its floods cf tobacco juice.
Seeing a land to which nature has given the r
most prolific soil, tbe richest mines, and ma>(- r
nificeat sea coast depopulated aud degraded; •
seeing pride, laziness and poverty around him,
the traveler asks if this can really be tbe land
which, in the days of Phillip 11.. extended its 9-
posseesions more extensively than did ever the
Roman Empire, rod who«e sovereign could
bos«t that the sun never set on bis domains?
Whence coo;e3 this saddening change? Wbut
causes have'prodacod this fall V Is Spain to re*
main thus low. or is there hope thnt she miy
yet arise? There ere tbe points which tbe lec
turer proposen to examine.
Tbe prima 1 , cause ot tbe downfall of Soain is
1 tbe loss of liberty, through \h»BVM<>tful*fi>rtfof f
I tht txreutive to encroach vpeni the Ugi-iiatice branch
\of the government. The means employed were— B
' Ist. Tbe creation ;>y tbeeifcatireol aSupreme
I Court (the Inquisition) to act as its ally, and tbe J
j use of this as an engine to frighten tbe timid;
: 2d. Tbe brioery of representatives by otlering
plact > in4h-* gift cf the executive l to them or to
their iriends, as tbe price of their votes. Thns _
Spain beoame morally degraded, and material [j
degradation soon followed; but this was has- *
tened and completed by tbe constant policy of t
tbe court to mnke productive labor disrracefol.
Libtrty and labor honored and ck erbhed, Spain
wcu protperGus, popvlous, povfrful. Libtrty and ®
labor neglected and tUfpini, tipatn became tchat \
the u. Ii
The orifiin of the inquisition was attributed
by Mr. Sumner not to religious, but politi
cal motives, inasmuch as tbe constitution, a
which forbade tbe Kiog to confiscate tbo J
property of the condemned, and which secured *
to all certain rixhfs, was overridden by this f
new tribunal. After showing how it be- \
came at a later day an instrument of tbe church,
be continued: What it was in tbe days of its c
struggles with tbe freedom of Spain, is best told
in ooe of the dispatches of Ji-lazioni, sent by 1
tbe Venetian Ambassador io 1533, to tbe Coun
cil of Ten, a manuscript copy of which is in ths t
Royal Library at Paris. After describing tbe [
tribunals and'tb* councils of tbe King, tbe Am- t
b&esndor continues: ~-
"The inquisition is, however, the greatest
means of government iu Spain.' it is, io fact, a f
great Supreme Court, with which the Kiug can. 1
accomplish much, for its judges are under his |
control, and it does not hesitate to propound
decrees and jadrre matters not brouoht before it 1
by any of the recognized forml of judicial pro* 1
ctdure. t
The course pursued to destroy the Cortea was 1
sketched by Mr. Sumner from original docu
ments copied by him from the Spanish archives.
Jt teat full of warning to ettry constitutional
government. No sooner had tbe executive, by ]
menaces and bv ofTering places to members and
their friends, induced tbe Cortes to vote the
army bill belore grievances were redressed, thun j
it launched into a ptlicy ol fereign war, which ;
loaded Spain with debt; debt led to oppressive 1
taxation; these oppressive taxes led to crime j
and misery; titles ot nobility were sold to raise 1
money; hosts of nobles sprung up—lazy, but 1
proud and poor. These nobles and tbe 100,-
000 monks and nuns were described—their dis- 1
astrous example, and their opposition to all
progress depicted. In treating of the crashing |
taxation of Spate, Mr. Sumner corrected, a popu
lar error in regard to tbe. amwut of gold and :
silver received from the couquest of Mexico.
Humboldt had alreadF shown tbe statements or'
Robertson. lUysol and others to be fabulous and
ab.-nrd; lor the first fifty years after the couquest
Humboldt bis statement* as he save, "partly
ou facts aud partly on conjectured." Mr. S. was
able from authentic documents to. complete the
series "of facts, and to reduce the amoun's much
lower even than Humboldt, giving tbem at tbe
same lime with precision. While admitting the
large sums received by Spain alter the working of
Poto>i, and after tbe process of extractiua by
quicksilver was discovered, Mr. • S. said he bad
uow only to deal with tbc special period when
Spain was losing her constitutional liberty, and
therefore her glory and power. The whole amount
received during tint period by tbe King, as his
rojat fifth from Mexico, would coin at our "mint
into 0u!y'5263,000; and after the conquest of Peru,
all that reached the Spanish treasury from the
" ransom of the luca Atabualpa would coin into
$45,000. The spoils of victory were eaten up by
the despoiler.
We can only hastily follow the lecturer in bis
exposition ot the development ol parties in.
Spain, of tbe destruction ot tbe convents, tbe
reform of the courts, the founding normal .
tcbools, the charaelar of tbe Qoeen, tbe bloody
career of Kervsex, the revolution which placed
bim in power, those of two years since, and the
last move, attributed to tbe iofiuence of Louis
Napoleon, jealous of seeing more liberty in
Spain than ne permits at home, and his predic
tions of further movements which will touch the
throne itself In this part Mr. Sumner was able
to draw upon bis own personal recollections, and
, to enliven bis leeture by characteristic anec
dotea. The hope of Spatn for the fature be
' placed—l. In her municipal organization; 2.
Inber bright-witted peasantry, just enjotiog
i schools lor their children; 8. In her industrial 1
classes, who no longer admit labor to be degrad
ing; 4. In ber women, to whose patriotism and
! noole qualities be paid a glowing tribute.
The lecturer concluded by saying—Could tbe
spirit of Spain, own career, speak
to other nations, it would cry out with a voice
3 of warning, beware ot everything which limits
. the freedom ot thoagbt or of tbe freedom of
speech; maintain a free press—fear leaa its cc
* casionalliceDtiouaness than the eternal lioense
1 for wrong which follows its silence; watch eve
a ry invasion of your legislative assemblies and
their rights, whether by the steady march of
9 corruption or by open violence; keep ever in
; your bands your purse strings, which ambitious
Y rulers for their owe wicked ends, will contrive
a thousand devices to draw from you; beware
of everything which tends to degrade or depre
• ciate labor and knowledge, tbe companions of
e liberty,—and as yon would leave to yoar child
ren tbe bleesinge of peace and security for tbe
. future, beware of all those glittering plans *of
foreign conquest, which, while bringing to you
e a nerveless empire, motionless and wiae, create
for you a host of chartered libertines, laiy iwsg
gerers, too proud to work, if sot also too igno
r rant, and therefore the fit tools for schemes I
which may secure their advancement, even at ;
0 tbe price ot those great prinoiplesof Justice and
I- Right by which alone individuals can be happy,
,f nations glorious, liberty durable.
_ Police Court.
a Tbe transactions at tbc Police Office were cx
y tremely limited yesterday, as follows:
!r -Wash Ready, drunk and abusing his family, S3O.
:• William Sayres, simple drunk, («. Judgement
>e suspended on condition thit he should leave the
d city in twenty-four hours,
te James McKinsej* .arrested, /or selling liquor
le ; wltbout o license, was fined $25..
—' John Barrett; drank and disorderly, $5; Tem
at Morse, drank and a vagabond, $5; Thomas Crane,
vagabond, S2O.
CHICAGO, FEIMT MORNING, FEBEDAKY 4, 1859.*
TRIAL OF HENRY JUMPERTZ.
EIGHTH 2D AY—MO ENIN G HE3SOH.
, (
The Court met promptlj at tbe onal boar, |
paraosnt to •djoarament. The crowd of ' Jpec- j
tators wu eqaal to any previous day—ererj '
seat being immediately filled on the opening of
the Court room doors. The pruooer, when
broagbt 'into Court, appeared in good spirits,
cbatUcg with his counsel, apparently perfectly
At ease. .
Before counsel commenced, tbe Court read
the following instructions to tbe jury, in rela
tion to the Admission aa evidence of tbe conver
sation of the Milwaukee witnesses with Sophie
Werner
To guard against misapprehension as to the
force and effect to be given to certain conversa
tions in evidence on the part of tbe jnry, the
Conrt deems it proper at this stage of the c&te
to say again to tbe jnry:
That tbe conversations related by t tese wit
neeses an having taken place with tbe deceased,
Sophie Werner, previous to her departure from
Milwaukee to. Chicago, and her statements
therein as to what tbe prisoner had written to
her ; etc, ore evidence only for tbe purpose of
aiding the jarjr in forming an opinion as to tbe
state and condition of the miod of the deceased
at the time and previous to her departure, and.
tbe jary-are explicitly, instructed that those
are not to be considered as evidence.
Tor key other purpose than that of showing the
state of the mind; they are to be treated by the
jury as if tbey bad not been proven in the cause-.
Daniel Mcllroy, Esq., then made the first of
the closing arguments for the prosecution. Mr.
M. spoke with great power and eloquence from
91-2 A. M., until2l-2 P. M. t when he closed.
Mr. UcComas, for the defence, followed Mr.
Mcllroy, and continned his remarks until 10 P.
M., wten be concluded. His effort was logical
and to the point, and at times truly eloquent
This morning Mr. Van Annan will follow for
the defence, and the pleadings will be closed try
Carlos Haven, Esq., District Attorney, for the
prosecution. The arguments of these two gen
tlemen, and Jndge Manierre's charge will prob
ably consume the whole of to-day.
I.OIAL, MATTERS.
A Glorious Acquvcmkkt by Gatittt !
Nothing oan exceed tbe success achieved by J.
C. Gdyetty's Medicated Paper for tbe Wuter
Closet. Piles will soou be a disease uo longer i
koowu except in name. Tuis pore medicated
paper is unequalled as a preventive, and unap
proachable as a care. The proprietors wish it
to be spoken oi according to its merits only. It
is vary cheap—looo sheets for $1; 500 sheets
for 50 cents. Sold by all drugt;istj, and at the
discoverer's depot, 41 Ann street, New York.
"J. C. Gayetty" is watermarked in e&ch sheet,
and his autograph is on each package. Sent by
express from 41 Ann street, New York, upon
receipt of price. The trade are invited to cor
respond as to terms. For sale by J. H. Reed &
Co., wholesale and retail druggists. 144 & 146
Lake street, Chicago. ja22-2w-c63
IS?" See advertisement ol Dr. Sau/ords* Liver
Invigorator in another column.
See advertisement ot Boudoir, Sewing Ma
chines. 122 Like street. ja4-ly-L9OG
jgy See advertisement ol Quaker City S2O
Sewing Machine. L. Coo-mll A Co.,
0c26 ly. 133 Lake street.
DIUD. "
* n Tbnuday afternoon, January S7th, l'S3. JULIA
CHRISTINA &. T„ daughter of Cn rlei and Maraoaa
Root, sjedtwo yea'fl. six mcntaj and tes **a!s.
ROOT & CADY, !
95 CLARK STREET 95
At the fljn of the Star fpasgled Bannfr.
' ° * 0-}— —
» i C; * »
-=L-—r^sjzzi—1 —j
0 long- may it ware
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEPOT
?9r the of FlOKineßsokii of every dncrlptlm. Thss
is the only tlsce woere ail ofM*B9N bROTHEifI MO
tiIJALI'UBLIOA.rIOaIS are coaitantlyonhdbd. !
Chui*«ti M.txsio Books,
Jubilee Sibbatb Pell, Phawm. HaHehlxa'e. Cantlra
L«uus.New andO'd Utrmlca Stcra. novtoa Acadrmy
Co lec In. Psvtery. Psa:miu. Tbaah»giilse,
Lute of Z on, A:. All and uopnltr
Grle© Boolis.
laciuilog Festlral nice Boolt. N Y. Glee aal Chons
llaok. u.ee H;Tf foj<al Glee Book, Fnm'.ly Clr
r> c Glee BjoL-. N. E. <* ee Book. Glee uooic.
Union uleebuof, u.d lan Glee Boot. Ao.
Ju.venile Hoolcs,
Nonnil Plnic r 8on?BooVofthe Pchoo* Room. Little
Eonia tor Little Sincero, Wl'der's School Wii'lc. Wllder's
&lu:i.ul E'ementaiy. Normal conx Yoan<£hawm>
Voune UinitreL zilnysg Book for Boys and Girls meet
logs, Ac.. Ac.
Boolcs for Female Seminaries.
The Mus'cal Casket, a new book recectly pabliahed.
and already intrcduredln othe trlndi>ai femlcarles of
New Y-.rk, Brooklyn »nd Chfca<u:
Academy vocatLt, Moslcal Claes book, MnJcal
Mns'catEcbo, Irstltate Melodies. Weob's vo:«t uasa
Rork. Ac.. Ax Also, a great varety of Cos(rrer«tlooal
Tuaeacd Hytzn B)ok«, Operaand sacred Chores Books
Oratorios ac.. ic.
General a*>ottmeat of Technical and Scientific Mual
ca* Works Mn»Wliite*a.nre, Ae.
gJ*A Liberal Di'coont to the Trade.
qnHE CO-PARTXERSHIP HERETOFORE
X exlsUnkbetweedlT M. Htcidos and A J. Hlftfnj,
nederihenameanlßtfleoflll<n(lnsßrothen Is this day
constat, 11. SL Il:cidas assumes all
tiictianilliiesofthe latefi.inaud to whora -11 d-bt*mast
bep«ld. H.M. H GGINS,
Chicago, Peb. L 185?. A. J.EIGOINs.
11. M UIGGIN3 returns hi) thanks to bis customers
for pat favors, and hopes by strict attention to bostnejs
to merit their future patr jnaee.
~ My is by tar the largest ana mDst complete
lathe Kotthwett.
KVNcwAiiaicreceived weekly fiom all the Eastern
publbhers.
(BfMyciU'orue of my own publications Is now tue
flnestcfaaypubU-hed luiheUait.-dMates, to which 1
am coastaotir adding from the beit compnters ia tbe
Eastern and Weit-.m States. £L M. HIGGIN3,
teS-lw-clo4 <5 LAe ttraat,
HM. HIGGINS, MU-IC PUB
• LInHEB. <5 Lake street, mill has on hand the
largest stock of Muslca* mersLaudhe kept by any otbt-r
bouse in the Nenhwest. lam s'rte agent forvhe cel
ebratid "ModelMelodeon,"made bv Mason Aliamll%
'•oston: alsoax-at for Llghte. hetrton A Bradsu-y's
PIANOS, with the M P tent <itch 'rtn flank." wh.chis
used bynootherMannfictrersintheworld, aadli the
lant mechanical improvement, lasteai o
ostoß lroaas most mak rs do—whica tdves thj lnsvo
meat a m tatie and disagreeable sound—or nslcg wood la
tbe ordinary wa*—'wh.ch readers It oeca«ary to weaken
the part of thelutrome-it wherein the greatest possible
d»by cuttl ig across tae grain of the
wood, f.irbte. Nevtoa A Bradbury's hare a meth t
wbweby they spriag th's patent Wrett into proper form
by the aidofeteam and powerfulmachiaerv. A st.ala
of tea tons will sak nouaureas'on o- tne arch. wl<n
tbe fibres of tbe wood instead if being weakened by the
continuity helig Interrupted at short distance navctbeir
natural p.wer ofrtrstance gieatJy augmsoted by the
pew liar fans tber are made toatsume In the Patent
Arch Wrert. Rv.-ry ins rumen', is warranted.
/illklndsof ChnrihMusicUoaksfor sale.
The and latest ulee Bock oat is tbe MIVNK
HA HA. PriseSL.gle copy 15 cents, sent by trail poet
paid; ter doses c.&> all orders must be addressed
to ti. M. HIGGiNS. ii Lake-r.. Ohlcago ia t b»9rt ly
HID AGO LEAD PIPE AN D
■Sheet Lead WorUs.
COLLINS it BIATCUrOKU,
■AKuracnraaaa or
Lead Fipt, Sheet and Har Lead;
AKQ J>£AL£&d If
PXO £| £) A. X>,
Acenti for
COLLIXB WEITS- LEAD ft OIL COttPASI,
SU Louis bhot Tower.
|9*A roll assortment of the above Maaurastores oon
itantiy on hand.
OBDSBa VBOM THK TRADE 80U0ITKIX
Oo111d» & Blaiehlord*
apsSo£39-ly Oomer of Clinton and Poltw>
Dealers and consumers
ail iwrras,
S. W. DSVHMOUc. * CO„
Are cow prepared to isllanddellvertoacjpsrtoftikclly
VREB Of OHARGI
Any of the virions product ot tbeir nUls. We stall aba at
Uie stars in tbe aoaiity of our goods, and with a good milt
good materials, and experience, hope to reaeh and main
tsln the blghett point of ezoeilenee. Our brands of Pios'
It ar»* *rtiti arr
Phillips* MlU*,"Cholee Extra. No. 1 White Wheal,
Phillips* Mills. Rxtra Bcper»ne, No. 1 Red Winter.
Phillips* mils. Choice Family. Obolea Extra Bprtrg;
Alfoatwholesaleorretali: . . . .
White Rye Plosr CoraSleaLsiftedandunjifkd.
Orahao Vloor, Oaru and Oata, ground,
q»toawi«L t
aMo4Ot.lv Nft 147 Wocth Wat*ratre*»
rpo BUILDERS, OWNERS, & ROOFERS
The mbeeriber is prepared to f&rnlsh. in large or aaall
aoantlea, HOSELET A 00*£
Corrugate d Roofing.
This new article, ao extensively tn oae. exeels all oU>er
gnbataneea for Rooflnc. betas more durable,
cheaper, fire aad water proof, and lasting as long as th*
building. It atso reduce* the ratea of Insurance 10 per
aa we'l as plans of the various methods of
puttlnclt on,canbe«eenby carting at the office of the
r%cenix Insurance Company. 143 Sooth Water street,
Chicago no 9 M43lr A. 10WARD& Arak
■ FOREST CITY WATER CDKE
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
r rilHlti INSTITUTION IS DELIGHT.
JL FL'LLVsituated on ont«kirt»of abeanljfalforert.
i wiLbiatbe Umli*oltbr aij ot Cleveland anduilo
I from tbe Post Office. Thebaildiag Is uew.ofbnck, and
Turniilied is tbe best style. The bath rooms are supplied
wiib pare,«oltfiring water. The patronage which
' this etubusbii rat it at present receiving from Chteago
I aad otberws en> cities, is a tUueriu;recommeadaUoacui
t lu popular:) v audflourl*bii:s cnudiuoo. l>r. Grosa aod
, lady, tnr.rrrly of the l.ake WatcrCure oeart'b'
I easo, aif-cosneeted with ills insutaoon.
Lev r«of inquiryloe-therofthe fhysiciass. will r*-
' eelvi promp- atient'oa. DR. (i. W. bTKO.Su.
JAMKS E. OROHS, x. n
•»jf r«i MRS. r>R. J. k. cpn»»
A H. TAYLOR & CO., '
Dealers In
Dimension & Bubble Stone.
FROM JOLIBT ILLINOIS
' JoUet office at their Quarries _
t CUcaco office and yard, Charles street, between Ta;
ftgw aad Harrison atfcetc wed side of Soatb Branch
0 wiTgm.lv
Docking property to let
Cheaper than any In toe cltr.—l win let lor a long
- ortorttarm of yeata Do;ks suitable for Umber Yards
or other bojtne«,oa the Bxzth Bran oh (with Aide Tracks
n of the OiUaco aad Jo'let RailroadJ aad a contract for
bringing to aad from them tne cars or atl connecting
s. Railroads la the <&y. _Pameatf.rr«Btfl may be mad*
in lumber., Ajjply at 65 Clark street.
j>37.lm<lfl7 JOHN KYANH.
BY TELEGRAPH.
XXI{TO COSGUEiS —SkCO\D SESSIO.V.
Waihixgtov, Feb. 3—Skxatb —Mr. Wright,
of New Jers«y > presented the petition
Brothers and Navaro & Co, who are about to
establish aline of ateamera between New York
and Havana, offering to c«rry the mails at $l5O
per mile monthly, or oltener at tbe. same-rate.
Referred to the Post Otfice Committee.
Mr. Seward, of New York; printed tbe me
morial from tue Legislature df New York for tbe
improvement of Likes and ti arbors.
Mr. Bayard, from the Juoiciary Committee,
reported adversely to the claims ot MessraLane
and McCarthy as Senators from Indiana, say
ing that he would call np the case on Monday
next.
Mr. Saward here moved that Messrs. Laae
and McCarthy be admitted on the floor during
the discussion. Laid over.
Mr. Houston introduced a bill for uniting tbe
United States Judicial Departments in Texas,
with the intention of removing Judge Wotroua.
He supported tbe bill in a speech of great
length, ia which he revealed aod alleged con
spiracy of Watrous with certain citizens of New
Vork, to obtaia large portions of the domain of
Texas.
Hocsa—Oa motion of Mr. Reagan, of Texis,
it waa resolved that the Committee on the Ju
diciary be instructed to inqture into tbe expe
diency of reporting a bill to define and provide
for the punishment of polygamy in the terri-.
tones of tbe United States, and restrain the peo
ple and authorities tbereiu from interference
with tbe Federal Judiciary.
The House passed, with, amendments, t' e
Senate bill relative to tbe New York Indian re
servation. in Kjmaaa...lt sets apart three hun
dred and. twenty acre 3 tor individual In
dian who removed from NeV York to tbe reser
vation assigned them under the treaty ol IS3S.
The Indians are to hav4 a year within which to
make their telections, end pre emptions are to
be secured from the sale of Isnds other than
those selected by the Indians, to be paid into
tbe Treasury for their benefit.
Oa motion of George Taylor, of N. Y., the
select committee to examine the accounts ot Mr.
Seaman, the late Superintendent of Public
Printing, was authorized to ait during the ses
sion of the House. '
Mr. Faulkner,oi Va,from tbe Military Com
mittee, reported back the bill for the establish
ment of a branch of the Military Academy at the
Hermitage, with the recommendation iliat it do 1
not pass.
Mr. Faulkner afro reported a bill to promote ■
the efficiency of the Army ond Marine Corp-, by
retiring disabled or infirm officer?.
Mr. Faulkner alio reported the SenatebilJ,wiih ;
ao amendment, grantiag the right or way through
the Fort Gratiot Reservation, to Michigan, for
railroad purposes, with ths privi'ege of erecting
depot .buildings and workshop* thereon. Passed.
A resolution was adopted, instructing the Com
mittee on Printing to hasten the printing of the
President's Mtssige and accompanying docu
ments.
Mr. Faulkner, who introduced the resolution,
said the business of the Military Committee was
delated for the lack of a por.ion or these docu
ments.
Mr. Houston said the message and documents
make four volumes, three-fouribs of which are
worthless.
The House then went into Committee on the
Executive and Appropriation bill. After de
bate the item ol $5,000 tor boxes for members
to send public documents borne in was stricken
out. An amendment to strike out members
was rejected. Tbe Committee rose without
coming to ony conclusion to the bill, and the
House adjourned.
Natiooal Finances— \ Budget from Air*
cobb.
WAsnisoToN, Feb. 3.—Tbe Secretary of the
Treasuiy sent to the House to d«y a reply to the
resolution calling tor tbe actual ond. probable
receipts from tbe customs, public lauds, and
otber sources for this and the next fiscal year,
and for bis opinion whether tbe said receipts
will be adequate to meet tbe public expendi
tures.
He says that tbe receipts during tbe first quar
ter of the present fiscal year, ending Sept. last,
were nearly $20,231,000, as stated in bis annual
report. The receipts for the remaining three
quarters were estimated at $33,500,000, of which
Fum $37,000,000 were estimated from the cus
toms.
it vras believed thit tbe quarter ending De
cember lust.vcould yield $10,000,0000; tbe pres
ent quarter, ending oa tbe 31st of M&rcb, $15,-
Coo,oooj and the'next quarter, ending on the
30th of June, $12,000,000. In reference not only
to tbe customs, but tne public lands and otber
sources of revenue, all ths information which
has besn received at tbe department since his
anrual repoti-confirm tbe?correctness of tbc.es
tiaiates ot tbe probable receipts for the present
aud tbe next fiscal year. He is therefore of tbe
opinion that the result will show that tbe actual
receipts for tho remaining quarters of the pres
ent year, and for the next ziscal year, will not
vary materially from the estimates already sub
mitted to Coogress.
la support of this opiaioa be submits a com
parison of the facts for the same qaarters of tbe
two preceding years. During tne fiscal year
ending the 30th of June, 1857, tbe importations
were very heavy, amounting ia dutiable goods,
exclusive ot those exported, to over $291,000,-
000, and tbe receipts from customs tbat year
were $C5,645,000. In tbe fiical year ending
June, 185S, tbe importations were mnch re
duced, amounting in dutiable goodx, exclusive
of those exported, to $202,000,000, and tbe
receipts from tbe customs to $42,460,000.
To realize bis estimates tbe importation of duti
able goods tor tbe present fiscal year must reach
$250,000,000, besides those exported; sod for
the next fiscal year the sum of $290,000,000.
Comparing tbe foregoing statement of receipts,
and lookiog to a favorable and healthy reaction
in business, ho should regard it as unsafe and
unwise to calculate upon a larger importation
than the present estimates contemplate. Enter
taining these opinioos, he is compelled to say
that tbe receipts will not be adequate to the ne
cessity of the public exigencies, unless the ex*
penaitures should be reduced below tbe amount
estimated. He has seen no indications that
would induce the opinion that such a result can
be reasonably anticipated. On the contrary,
should the bills which hare been passed by eith
er branch ot Congress be finally passed by both,
aod become laws, the expenditures will be very
largely and permanently increased.
From New \ork City.
j New To ck, Feb. 3 Counterfeit 5 T s on the
J Mechanic's Bank of Concord, N. H., were circu
lated extensively in this city yesterday.
Patrick Kena », residing iu CI IT street, last
evening, in a fit of jealousy, murdered his mis
tress, Julia Green.
We understand upon what we consider reliable
authority, tbat Mr. F. G. S. Smith has consumma
ted arrangements lor tbe sale of all his Telegraph
Interests to tbe American and Magaetlc Telegraph
Companies, far the "urn of about $300,000, which
includes i'r. Smith's two-thirds ownership of the
New York and Boston Uuion line, the Boston and
Portland line, and varioa* claims against Western
nod Soothern Telegraph Companies, alleged to be
one or two hundred thousand dollars.
The rumor is also .current that negotiations
between the American and Magnetic Telegraph
companies, lookiug to speedy consolidation of
interests between N"ova Scotia and New Orleans
have beeu brought to a mutually satisfactory ter
mination.
Turk's Island dates to the 20th of January are
received. There bad been heavy rains since
thb commencement of the rear, and a large per
centage of the salt had been wasted, aud no
likelihood of any more being gathered lor three
months. Stock on band 300,v00 bushels at the
three shipping points.
A vessel at Turk's Island, from Port Aux
Platte, Sw'Djmingo, reports that place in a de
plorable condition. A great many people were
leaving for Cape Hsytien, which h&s declared
lor Ge&rard.
Trade very dull at Port aa Platte, and confi
dence in President Ssntana had not been re
stored.
A Dutch schooner had arrived at Turk's Is
land, ostensibly to load salt for Mataczas, but
supposed to be a slaver. She had guns oa
board, and is supposed to have come merely to
evade British cruisers.
The PißTajoe Indiana,
Sr. Loco, Feb. 3 —Fort Defiaace dates by tbe
Santa Fe mail, to Dec. 2lst, say that the Neva
joe Indians acknowledge losing two hnndred
lives, 2.000 sheep, 500 ponies, and the destruc
tion of an immense quantity of grain, altogether
valued at upwatds ot SIOO,OOO, during tbe late
war.
Mr. Cost, in a letter to the Santa Fe tlazetie,
intimates tbat ther* is a disposition tj deal too
harshly with these Indians, and says that if cer
tain terms are exacted it will turn them from tbe
pursuits of industry and agriculture, by which
they now support the whole nation of 2,000
souls and sustain 25,000 sheep and 6,000 horses,
and make them robbers and pluunderers.
Railroad Accident.
Milwaukob, Feb. 3.—Aa the 6:15 P„ M. train
last evening, for La Crosse, was running at its
usual speed between Hertford and Rnbicon,
about 87 miles from Milwaukee, a rail broke,
throwiog two of tbe three passenger coaches off
tbe track, atter the engine, mail and baggage
ears had passed safely over, causing a few boors'
delay. Three or four of the passengers were
slightly bruised.
Escape of "Old Brown."
LxAvtxwoara, Feb. 3.—Ossawatomie Brown,
who had been pursued and surrounded at Eure
ka, by a Deputy Marshal aud posse, succeeded
in making bis escape, on Mo&diy, into Nebras
ka. A small detachment of troops which bad
been sent by CoL Summer to aid in his cspture,
returned on learning of hie escape.
English and French J&ails*.
Nsw York, Feb. 3.—The steamship Etna, of
the Cunard line, will sail f>r Southampton and
Havre on Saturday, and take the English and
French mails intended for the Arago.
Hope Fire (usuranee Company,
OF VCW YOB* CITY.
: Casta Assets sm,Qofc
RinaasaM Utautboutt) IS nrw| OT . .
: tssst£tis*H«seasss 00 "o*- 0 *-
: T. G. VAN BURBIf, Agent*
' South Kait cor. of Sooth Water and CBarkek
BOXOI7 lstp UFBXAIU.
Nero H&Dertisenunlt.
tarc. a. SCRIBE*, A teertZi*? 63 itaartonu*.,
ii tmdiOri&d ta reoetr* Aikrrtimnentf for tXU <ud aff tk#
I Ltailiuj Paper* the XorA-Wa/, jal bg&i I 7
Hoarding.— for rent with board
fir a mttirKaa and lady, a front parlor or bed
room at 79 Ml ALran avenue,
ft4cl*Um J. M.QHEE.V.
Propellers for sale.—the pro
teller GSVtSEE CHIEF, nnw lytne at puffalo. N.
Y.,aodtbeprotd ! er UAtIfOKMA, now Ijtox >t Cle'e
land Oblo. »ro rffeted for tale eh<ae- Terms Mtf cub.
and balance In aiz aod twelve months, with undoubted
security, yorprlce and further ln'ormatlon addms
&. L>.OALuW»LL,
fe<cl6sln AgfctN. Y. *I. R. K. Co. Dnnairfc. 5. Y.
Board of trade notice-the an*-
cuil Statement of Chicago Board of Trade Is sow
In cresa, and nlil be Issued in about two weeks. Mem
berj andothers wlsVnceoples forcls'jituVoa can bave
number from ftflj npvards cn »pplleulra at the cf
flee In tne Rooms, corner of Lasalle asd Scuth Water, su.
With tbe report «Ilt b; pnbits* ed a list of members whose
does are paid, the case 01 Arm to which taej belons*
itjle 0' bosiaes4iran»acte<l, and locution.
le4cafi9»t OKPHOaTkIa. Bop't.
Hardware stock.—we offer for
gale on favorable terse to a rea?oaiible party a
wtU selected itotk of
HARDWARE, STOVES, IKOX, fce.,
toie'her with tbe gjod will cf the bounce. Tt Is the
bcrttt* din a fljorMdJC count j a±s* and his direct
ratlro*dc:>mmanleatton wl'h CLlsaco.
Abo with tbeabore will bo ao d tbe Store—a cornrr
three story fire croof balidlns 23 «lto feet.
Appijto WiLLIAM BiiAlit Jt CO-,
feitlCTla 1W LatestreeU
J.VIE RESTING LECTtJSE ON AFHICA.
MR. CALDECOTT
Will Selircr U
Jlttf optUUo Ball, Taiidiy Eie'g, 71-2 t'dock,
A te:tnre descriptive of the Afrlean Baces, or St year
kxpeiience amomctheKalLrt. Wltn. a.so. an accoont
cfueUsilooary labors amocg the dooth African flara.
fei. «ir. O. dortns his 1 ltsresiwenee in country ac
cumalated mnch vainable and IntemUni information
rcUtive to tbe coantry atdlu tnhablianta.
Cards of adoutu>njijce&ia to be had at Well's Shot
Store ULderthe Had, a-dat all the principal betels.
fe44t»
. 'HEAP COAL.—WE ARE SELUSG AT
cur Yard.
CORNER OP TAYLOR AOT> CLASZ STS..
Oosl veil screened, and every way equil to Erie or Brfar
Hid. for
$i 00 Per Tod, or $4 SO Delivered,
. Hotei keepeis. MacMnests and ot'aers can contract ftr
larseQnaauutsevencn better tertci tban above. Oar
otjeCilaiomtlt lntte reach ot every conMinier to try
our doal now aad next season we propose to supply tbe
market at 13.4U i er ton.
* e »Ji deliver tiy the ton or half ton.
Aa'we m'ne the coal cumlTc, we expect cai!y one
profit. He can there.ore expect to tell cheaper tLan
ufaeri.
OrUeri ma> be left at tbe yard, or No. 13 Lasalle street,
at tie Custom House.
M LAW * BTBOTHXR.
Keady Saturday moemkg, feb
bUABV 6. lja.
GOLD! GOLD!! GOLD!!!
KebnsJu and Kusis G«ld HUh,
AND HO7 TO GET TFERE.
3D. B. COOKE <Sc CO.
Puhlhh a reliable work noon the newly disccveredlldo
rado cf the West, endued
A HAND 800 K.
—TO THl—
gold rnxrs of sansas aud Nebraska.
Beln* a Comrlefe Golde to the Gjld Hegloes of the
Nuitband Souta FUttsand Cbeny CVek.
a reliable Uucrii>tlon ot coontry, climate, s>b,
streams »e-, Ac. Mvcc different routes frtm tbe
Oilsstialppi river to tbe mints, and t.e best camtlnc
pUces on each route, tteilab eln oxmauon aa regards
coaplete ou nts for the journey, tne coat of same, and
wb-tetop-trcuretbeo ibe»ork alsicontains luter
es ing narra-iT<ai of trips 100 and from the olnej du
nn* tbe year le£s-9.
By W. N. BYE 33, Late Govern meet Sorreyer, and JOHN
H. KhLLUA atq., bup't Fuo. lnstrnolon Mebraak*
Tcirltury.
I'IFTF CENTS PER COPY,
and wlllbe milled to any address, post-paid, on the re.
ceipi of tbe price.
hookteuers orders stou'dbe forwarded at once In order
tosecarecopkso. tbe fi.st eaiUon. Older* will be filled
lu rotation *s received.
aV*Terms JA a aid nobcokssenton sale.
Address ad orders to
X>. ». COOKE 4c CO^
PUBLISHERS.
11l Lako Street 11l
Kr'Publbbers of coantry carers publishing above,
cf tbe payer conul'.ln*taes4me. wUt
tectiye aCfpr or the wotk b» mail, postaae palj. f c 4
BEAN'S -1,000BUSHELS CHOICEXAVr
frrssleby 8 i* VlfH. * CO„
ic4dOtilw 253 aadiSCQet.ath Water st.
(Si A REWARD.—STOLEN FROM THE
LV/ enclossrerf tbe subscriber
tJi: M h nit., (wo dark brown mltfh cow*. «H|TT«|
Unev-ry lar».e and tbe mnch small WAtpJ
e-. Saailer ore carries her leal yery " n
Sow. Ifieaboverewariwlii be paid fortheir ue.iveri to
thesnbsclberat Ms p'ace near Cljavervliie. oral the
st>b'eof rlatt A Hopnas. on Kindolth street.
feJclo7-<t ÜbNEV KNIGHT.
Valentines for 1859>
AS TIIE VALESTIXE SEASON*IS KOW
fast approarhinr. we wuli urse upon our eustom
era the nec««sits ordetbx their itock early.
male iu.portattons Horn the Paris aod
London marsttsfcr oar trade this season, we feel eocfl.
dent w-D-eseot the ttaests'oca ever offered to tbe trade
w*st of New York, and at rates moeh less tbanwe ever
offef<*aUieQ before, ransinic in p - ice from & cents to 115.
A fiae stock of Valentines wOl tdve year store tbe
thrifty character of lbs times: tbry are comicalard
pVas.se to attract atsen 1 ion to your windows, and m>ke
your place of business k&o«n to a peculiar clau of cos
tou.ers wht are attracted entirely bramndy display.
Oom : c are doai* no seperale at sljo per
srossforfciugie aneet and 4J.50 forDouoleSbett net
u> will continue to pot op our popular *3. ito.tl3.l2iX
snd 425 lots oi assorted Vtlentlaes. Taryin* tromS cents
to Si ThesepactazescontslasnoCom.es.
Terms are 50 per cnt discount for
Those wUhlntflctsof #5, #lO. by maltioc ns a leOet
enctoilog thj requiaits amount wld receive Immediate at.
i tentton.
can be sent either by mail or
ezpresi Sollcltlnayjur orders, we are, items, Ac~
TV. B, KEEN,
Bookseller and Stationer.
ti2 cl*o Ko. I*3 Lake sL, ChJcaaa
Brydon Valentine Company.
EDV, F. PEUGEOT,
10 Clark Street 40
Is onr on'y Atect f:r the West and South.
(F*Conntry Meichasti and Pedlars nutUtd at New
York Jobber's prices, with
Yankee Notions and Fancy Goods.
lag dg ly
Valentines.
NOEBIS <Se H-Z-DBi
HO. 100...D&A&BOBN 318EET...M0. 100
Bare the largest and best selected assortment ot
VALE N T I N E S
TO B5 IOUHO WEST Of NEW TORS,
Which the/ offer to Dealers at the LOWEST PAICES.
HOKEIS * HYDE,
fel-2w-cl« 10? Dearborn street. Chicago. Hi.
TO SHIPPERS.
The lUioels Central Railread CpmpMnj,
Are forwardina Freight to and from
St. Louis, Alton, SpringfLsld and Blooaington,
WITHOUT CHANGE OF OABA
Tlmeasqalckandrateiaslowas by any other route.
Deliver Frelaht at tbe Stone frdcht Depot, foot of South
Waier street
ForlnfOrmatlonastoratesand eondltlans apply to R.
70BST1B. Gen'l Treisht icent. office in Paswncer
Depot, up Main, or to O. M. SMITH. frelaht
Depot, jallbMSla
Flour ! Flour!!
WE HiVE CONSTANTLY IS STORE
te m our own Milts and opou Oonslnment,
Flnnr o r a'l grades p irtlcalar'y choice rra:es «f White
Winter Wheat Flsurfrom WiarorrJi and Southern llil
n-U.
C tT dei'eri and eonsnme** can be rul'ed ai to qralltr
and price anlord:rs country pro riUy filled
pyu*. Ufflca and3.ore. 276 tfon'.h Water street.
Jt29 c 154 SAWIQfS & CHAPMAN".
VV. T. Sbafeldt & Co..
HAZ7U7ACTURZBB TOS
A.. CROSKEY,
<!-••• Soatli Water Street,
(Oornsr of Wabash AvcsaeJ
IDUtUlen
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS, AND WHISKYS,
AlsoManaffccturers o!
Ooaestie Uquors, Hunlni fltU,.
—un>—
OKALXXSd H3GUWIWDJ AHDUUTITYIHO OOAL.
W The Trade suppfled at Market Xatas audoa liber*
a termf. aotaW-ly
Betdbsed.-db. hubbkll is happi
• to inform th numezooi aod paSrona that
is !or re'urned from a t or in Europe, and harlot.
wbUetVere visited some o( therrtoosil Lot-ltaho' tlui
country. Is '•ow prepsrvd to attend with creatlv lnereaaed
taoiltlea all catea reqotrto* tbe bes'.akill in and
ft"r.lealpractice. otfice 69 Kandoipb-st. l«3j el 13 la
/-WSTBEHS. WELLS AND OTI*
w dersUned Is prepared to manufacture
for Sjunvatar, Tanks Cor 6m lUtra
AndEaUroads, DtssQleraTnbs and Beetifleri.
aim, dia Weils, and tarnish Chain and other Puzape at
Ibortnotice,atwaoldfiand Ho. m West «mt
port OAce Bos Ho.ttfiS.
i)X TONS SODA ASH,
90 BblsGreaa Tartar.
90 Back* 81dly aumac.
For sale by BOCKKE. TOIILIP3 A Oa.
fel-ttt d» • Ho. 8S eontu Water street.
t K OASES CALABRIA UCOXICE,
LO 2ao Cases Cll Peppermint,
sa ttales C^ves....
For sale by bOCEES. PHIIXTP3 k CO.
feI4K»3S fto. 3i Boatb Water street
1 200 BOXES CASTILE SOiLP »
3 Si ManTla Indleo, _
Sj Ka<i Green Arab c Sorts,
30 Oaau Epsmu flails.
For sd<« by DOCKES, PHILLIP? A
fel-St clg Ni Wa er street.
T) leached elephant oil job
£)nn BALES PEDIS NSW TOKK
'LWAB.
T L"
t.-""' ' OBfIAPSST
Mwt Brilliant light
VjLyflflT Yd discovered.
/il T" 3 *! <\ Ti a Hsnd T.ajrp, f52
,**l% I ' GALLON bcrniagCrre
V\a\J t*w hour* each d*v. ia*rs
Vv .. r* Cj THHIB MONTHS. «lv-
\> r u\ to*alLbtt«uMio el«ht
V w" Candlei, -Wten th«
> pZi Lamp is arc per ly uinm-
edtheruU
S® Saoke or Smell.
fetefcl OIL 01 PERQILL'N.
WtSOSa
IDautei).
OQ OnO wanted for. six
to a?eh * l»git!ra«e
builueti.to be»ecured on unincumbered Co fetal li
-00- Any one laying the above sum to
baxSlfe® 1 " ttallng.termi. EXTs
CLERK WANTED— OXI I*AT
-L/ Is honest and faithful; capable of attending to
btaiaets and not afraid« f work of any kind.
Mast ipeak German. Address boa s&.Dttbcgn». ftS3t*
Si/" ANTED TO PORCH A-E UR*REA"T
sm. ? Hf* s .*?*" Residence oa the N->rth Side. In
rity. loeated between the streets or P:aeand Nnrth
Jv eArl 32 r ?' la-'Uo* ao4 Sap:rtor. Lot to be net les
w»a »o feel front, with a large asd caaiMloat H"»=se
Apalyaitfcenffijaof Waller* Co. tfj. 17 state strce
ir , t ,L t SJ re ? deace, ho. l>i M.cJ«aa avenue.
Jaa lot CIX 9 jAMfca B WALLE3.
~TNfORMATIOST WANTE9 OP HENRY
A Hurst Ghc'thaia cthervise James Henry Hurst.
l^thlS'efflce* 0 *****' Cl * la3 '' jeari.
WANTED.-HUNGARIAN GRAt-S
?.* .Seed, forwhlchthebUheetmarketprioewUlbe
paid. Addr<*s or aptl? to gAMUAL L. HAJiIZ. N<- M
Randolph street. Chicago. Jtl3-Un*
Sor Sale.
ARE CHANCE.—THE BEST MEAT,
Poultry sad Prodnc- 'land \i the rhy, °o-Side,
torsade Address ' J." Draw 2507, Chicigo, HI.
EOR SALE.—THAT SPiESDID DWELL
ifo Hosfeaad Lot on th*«r er of Wo'eott ani
arte itreets, now occrpled by T. P. Phil pa The botue
aad gr<m a ar-la perfect or>ier,aaJ ua.ui o'thepur
enaae money can rercal-' oa Bod and Mortgue fir a
A :P ; y a' thecfi.eof ftilLLlt-8 t - AN
N(X 3 t-oomi/ Buudi. K. ccr.er - f Clark azd
Booth Water streets f*t lw-ctt 1
COKE FOti SALE BIT THE CHICAGO
Gas Light and Coke Company, at the re-'oci J p-!ce
or ten oeats per boahel a yqomtlty. jaas-3y-c93
- J. BAR-
Am J2. CB » W T M built .' B CltTejai fa lennth.
l-aB6-lW leei: breaain. rf Hiw foa: usJ-lOv feet;
oeiaarement
for price and termj ajply to USD k fiLATEI. Can a'
near MadUoa street. ia»alm»
"VToTICE. —TO DRAYMEN ASQ EX
» PBW?M^N.—I hare for aala coe ir>od Truct
w acoa and U arneja: Are good I oa Axel Dray# and Har.
netses. iheabiye for ja'.o che*o. Isauire of L. t.k.
' at Rlctmnnd A Oo's, effiee comer N«r-n Water
aod Uearbom mecU ]aUbS9l2ia
Fob sale, by van ixwaqen & co„
, Offices* 3. Dol,'i EulUij. CiICMO. It. —,
uieioaowlnKTeaeb:
Bcto ' P O .C? r, 'i„, „ a L »!ti a St J <;• .O V
..
.. ttflti E&(tL£- .. AS m
.. WJGhTIxQWE. .. A 1 "! HI Mam
" OF ' HE WIND, cfaii A i
" K 1 •*"
j"Uto7>lto U " ■■
J'IKST CLAS3 DWELLI.N'GB FOR S.»LE,
THE TWO HEST-CLASS DWELLISGS
Now belnc Erected,
On Baalim near Superior SU,
Andtobe flnlshel Mar Ift, Tae*» hoasea ar*-25x!6 feet,
three B'-ortea, with buemeaC UUwaa«ee brick froet,
built and to be &al*h?<i tn the be«t maaner. Tim lota are
147 feet defp to an alley, and will hare a good br>ck bam
oa each. Perwna porchaa.ait i»a caa make stteh al
ter lUO as a> may be de«Ue±
Tcnn (iiTorMltL AoalT » Dl BK.UNA3D, 45 Cl»rk
■treeUfrom9to_locTclucJt_A. M. .
HOBSE AND LOT FORiALE SITUATED
cora«rof Wo-xl and WarreaatreettLn the
«e»t Diruioa. near UoiooE'irk. occupied by \ p tl*j.
ward. The home la new. bnl'.t nf brick two st&rte*. and
•toaebaaemeattweaty fooroy Cfty-three feet. wt t ha nr-e
obeerratorr; Qauhedia tQe < aost fashl mable manner
with all the modern improvement*—aarb!e maat«<t.
patee. me.. As —wcod be a deslf-ible residence. The
lot U alxiy-etx by o* haidred an t feet,
witbaiwenty f(wtal;e» In the te»rof »t ; wul ne iold
Tcrychetp—on caail time, or the whole of the purchase
moneyAay remain oa mortage on U aail o'her property
-tor »oar or Dve years, or ti will be trrenaoired ttr o-t
--donbkd real tccurUiea. hariac »everaJ year* to
run APplytoK. T. Bi&KK*. P.O. Unx>'«» •«!>♦. ort«
0. H. BCHNa, Id Dearbi.rn-»t.—ioom f. jeleJl2a*
Malt! Malt! jfialtr
1A DtJ - I CAX.VDABAR
XU«vU LEY MALT. !□ store and for sale by
. . . WiOTNEY A KIM BALU
)a8 3m 137 Stnr.e itreeC
®o Ueut.
rilO RENT.—TWO NEW HOCSES. ON
j| oa Erie sear M»r-et. E<ht rcots iaeack
boose afiai per month, liqoiie at *2 Clar* s'reet.
tt4 C.CJ lta g. W^SD.
VALUABLE WHARFINQ PROPERTY
to Bea^.
Vlliarf Lots 27 sad 28, is Block 89,
fchool Bectho, oa the e&st t'dt cfflooih Branch. be>
tween Hanlson *ad Vaa **a ea s'reeis. They eaa be
reittdforaauvleyeir or*terra ofyiars Icqaireof
feaim E. O. LAHNKP. YJ oa «'.
fVO BENT—THE STORE 41, SOUTH
JL Water street, saitahle fsr a Wholesale Grocer or
uryOo-da Jobbias Huose. Kent moderate. Apply t)
MAITUkW LAfLIN.i) joath Water-it. ia24 citl 2v
For rent.-intending to remove
to ourntw pret&Ue*. N:, 18 L&te st'eet, on H
lit of Pebraary next, we will reot to • rood Wnaat the
Store we aowoccopy. iu. 157 d>ath Wat*r street. A>
Ply to DOQQEIf, BASStfTf A HILLS.
ia2»lp
PABDEt'S BUILDING. KOR REST,
the comvodioot ofilces oa tbe fl-n aad Mcocd
noorla Pardee'!Bolidlo*.corner flaath aad Wellt
streets. Alrw two iofU aad a fine corner basemen,
coltablefor a diain«c ha'l Portermsappl# to thesohicrl
; berla the boildlac. No. Ili Sooth water i»Mt.
J«iat>93S3m aB. WILLIAMS.
TO MXLLEBP, MECHAXICS, 40—TO
RESIT, for a term of years, that Large boildlnxneTt
East of th* Elevator of Glbbs. tritfla A C>.. with the floe
Lot oa which It mnds bdng *Q feet, more or lees, on the
river andronnin* back to the G. AO.D. B. & Attached
to the boliaiac ta a (team eaxiae room, with aa ensine.
This is a fine lon»Uoa for a Flooricjc 4thi. or for Mechaal*
cal porpoaes. Por terms, Ae« apply tn
& B. WILLUM3,
be!s to 21J Sooth Water street.
{Jatticular Notices.
$14,000.
A N ESTABLISHED BUSINE33, STOCK
A of Good* aad Boose and Lot la U.U city for s>le.
Two-thhd* of the amoan< wLI be tu«n la Improvrd
P*rmiai tAooa. Address Immediately ** J. B." not I*«J,
with descriptica cf property. fel lw*
OX) EXCHANGE.—Wfi HAVE SEVERAL
X valuable Horses aadOsiria es, which ws will ex
chsa*eforGroceriea.Laa er.aardware.Bootsaadbhors
or Dry Goods. AJ#o a new fiejesi Octave Piano as above,
ABB'Tf A KI*GtfAN.
U6M34lm 620 Ctark street.
"VTOTICE.—WE HAVE THIS DAT POR-
chased the interest of John J. laals is the boose
oc bockee. lanis A Co.. aad will cimiaae the«<«avle
sale Dnt* boilnes* a* befiore at tt»* eld eta •<<, No. 15 *oaih
Water sUter, oid*r thesijle of Boe.ee. PhiUlpj A Cj.
Chlcaco, Pea. I. *s», j*o >a itOJtBB.
johm p. faitLiPa.
fel-iot cm Ot J. W. SIuN riNltCBGg. ,
Dearborn Seminary.
The next term of this j.nstitc
tloa for Ytaaf Ladies will begtaoa Monday, the Hih 1
Inst.
Areolars caa beehtaiaed bv addrestlac the Prindpil.
orb/ callln<attaeSsialjar/B ildlic.
fel-3*-cm 2. GBOVfB. Principal.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED
to arirechaace for Investment la a bo Ine<s «here
tb»re Is oo eompettioa. aad which P*7« bard
times faL'y oae hundred per cent The basin ss is well
establlaotd od oo thetacreaae, aad wUILi »ye*i's
be wcrth 920.0 CD. It caa aiw be parcaa«ed l>r •4,000.
part eaah The proprietor Is to leave for ptae's
Petk. Add.ess **P.O.Boxliß.'.' i^6t-c!9
G&XA WORTH OF MERCHaN
OvV/ev'" 'V/ OIBE wasted In ezehaace
tor Boaos and Mottles ob Eatfera C>ty Property, and
PlrstUortca<e 7 per eeat. RiiLosd Boadx. Koae bat
t rated with. \d Jre»«, with real name aad dLs>
criot oa of Goods, "i. Z. 0.;" box 3196, CMca*o,Pj*i
Office. jCXi ctnt la
Money to loan
At Tea per Cent per Ananm.
roa nvn tsars,
Vlrst-elaa Beal Estste aad
COMJIEEOrAL KOTE9 WANTED,
nmnlrc Crom Oae to Twelve Months.
I*2o cS3 B. P. DOWNING A CO M 57 Clark.st.
dH 1 AAn AT TEN PER CENT.-A
I) I iUU' * *«rty wsbes ne t> seQ a fual 1 vt
P»low price oatalrtenas. aad loan the pnrchaa* il.fl'o
or awards, at ten per ccat oa other lecmLy, ooe or
two yean. Apptlgatlaa to be made to me pcrssaa&y or
by letter. _ J. L. Lt«.
jali At Wadsworth A Oo'g. 66 dark st« boa IS7X P. 0
mO EXCHANGE FOR FARMING LANDS.
1 Merchaid se or Cltr Prop rtv. aboa*. IU1.CO) worth
ofjewelry. Gold Peat. Peaciia, iz. Addrew ** J. W.
Box at M. Chlcaco P. O. frab9V7 1b
TELEGRAPH EXCHANGE
ON NOW YOBS*
Drafta, Accectaaces tad Notes paid la New York ea
thedar of oauhty, or last day of sraoe. aad money de
p tfud lor accsoat la tae csty of New Tack aad le&t io
dtlesia tbevidakyof NewTorv oaTeietraphlc Orders,
EMCfiT 0080
TH.B<iHAya OPPTQI
OSETLOANEfcONCITYStAL IS
tan Secaritiea. XorUaces, Trust Deeds. Boada
itoek* BBsineas Nete% aad all. cood aetottablr seeart
to boosht aad sold. CerUllcates ot Deposits aad Checks
of &K. Swift, Brother A Johnston, porchased for cash
»t tbe hkhest market prio®. Dealers l r QUaoi& Wljeon
rfa «adTow» laadfc lrasroved farms, aoborbaa lota aad
(fity Beal Estate. 09ccNo, S. (secoaddoor) UetropoU
uaßlock.cornerofttaadolshaad LasaUesuuCblca«o
dAMIIa W. DAVIDeOII.
CUag* n>< UhriikM Eallrui Cmfimj.
Tib annual meeting op the
Stockholders of the Chleaco and MSwaokee BaQ
road Ooapaay. which was advertised to be holden at
thetr o9ce la Chlcaeo ea the 14th darof Oneeßber,
18W>a» 10a'doek A. >L.ha» bweaPOarPOilKD Uff.
fS TUXSDAT Pebraary Bth, 12BA UID o'clock AIL.
a> wWeh Urns said meetia* wlllbe boldea ai the oflteaot
ridOanwaia Ohkmn. fcr the election ef Dbweton
Ibr the oaiofnf year, aaA tte tnamcticrnU mek «4her
«■—y be pr stutrt.
>3SfeT"- ■"* i. ! MWH-MW
"jlmusementg.
The Excelsior Society Festival.
fjpHß 4 -£XC-LSIOR SOCIETY OF THE
I Cty of Clcmo" will
Tenth AnniTersary,
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF F&BRUARY VgTT.
By a Grand Dinner and Soiree at the
HZOBMOSD SoUaV.
_ Th* romci:te? of Arrangements will see to tt that
Mthlacshallbew-mli«to mak<t the Festival eanal to
toytannerone. which U alt Hat Sew Yorxrjn oealre.
GOTBDOV PEEKS 0 " ASIH ° !tT - PiaiJ^
KAY. 1
r » p - aBERMAN. Secretary.
J. P. BABCOCK, Treaiortr.
. „ „ B-I»O or maxiosjp.
J. R. H nnla, T F *. IC. D. W. Rofataxm
|* Jt trury H C. Toe 11, Sydney Bmltb.
E.?. Williams, I!. 8 Monroe. C. B. FarveU.
t»\*nbar:n. Q. W. Eocaji. Wn. A.Gro?er.
ANNIVERSARY
-or-
Washington's Birth Day!
XatJonal Gairi CidtLi W"9
Will celfbra.e the Nailoas w^i
day by a •
DRESS PAHADF, ;
Aad In the eveatae will gives
Grind Foil Dress Jliltlary
OIVIC BALL, |4t
At their Hail, center cf Jlarkei )l| v 'fiSj
anj Rindalph itreelA. p
TUESDAY EVENIXO & IT-j ftlfig-}.
Feb'y 22d, 1559. f?' H[;
To willed all SCllurr we la- i. T.
vlted to be *resent !n J ''*
FULL UNIFORM.
HONORARY MANAGERS:
Hin. Fte.hea A. IVjozUj, Co'oael ▼ajlor.
» ta ir ß o ***** Col oel Davis,
£ea R.S Seut, Cant. Wymsa.
n e £ Cast. Pw*»r,
. . Oapl McArtior, Capt. Jas. Smith.
Lieutenant Que.
omasa o? hie etehing.
OAFT. GEO. 1.. SANBORN.
RrCtPHON COMMITTED
I" D' Wl* 1 * A. 9. Cabb,
»• Saox. s. w. aoath.
yiooß IUSAGIRS.
H"£*'? c sS, Wtthtt *' , » R<*t. loss,
Lieut J. IL II »yae.. Wm Tnnia.
Ll*otca*">t J. H. Clybcorne.
W-M7|Jcb7tbe GREAT WESTERN BAND.
_feltdcl37
SIX POPULAR LECTURES FObL LADIES
and Gentlemsn a pea
Ujmaj Anttoraj ted Phjsl#l«fJi
Or the £ tract are and Cscs of the Virions Parts of the
HDMAN BODY
-BY-
Prof. B. H. PADDOOK, A. M. M. D.
—AT vac—
. Toe miaio:e oc next Mood* Kvnlnc. Feb. Tik at
•,a u'cl.cvandto »*e continued on e-cb dalorJay and
4ionu*j tT-biOKi fjllowloi \ 11
. I f'Ttbe Courie. HWea ti. ror
tire,23icnue«cb. J. H
hec A Co. Laieiteet. L.T IJaieitoo. No. (>J N tU)
u» rk*ue;l v B- Brian. >o. cu >Ves; Sladiaoo iwei.
(j%l* Br Uters, No. •dl <<ob st:«e . uxi 'b"- office
of Dr Pa dvca. P r.l >od Biock. Eoput 13 cUI
YvUii; Ueu's l^ociation.
LECIUEES F tf-TL FEBttUABT.
10th—BAYAID TAYLOB. fubj-ct: 'Life la the North."
17ih-t P. WHIPPLE. flßbjed:
i4lh-lISuUAN MELYiLLG. tnttjeet: "B<-iilh?eM. M
j *a. vriis«««.
UKNHY D oti .P.
JMO. LVLK QIN(J.
tenure Q:tan^ttee.
union academy.—
O • ZVI. CAP?, Instructor.
Fl«n»nt.*T Clan. Ta-sd »▼. 7 o'clock p. H.
AJ#i4ced Clan 7S o'clock P. M,
A; the Bonn in Portland Block.
t^Tolilon?-s3(JOreptertt* 0. 13«eek>. i*l9 Im-cl*
h. t. Craiic & If to.,
102 Wftt Labe Street 103
vasmcrtana urn dkalknh nt
STEJJI, GAS WD WATER PIPE,
DCflLEfl FLCEi YALVE3. COCKS. STEAM WHIfITUa,
ULI Caps, Gaage Cocki, Steam k Water Gaines,
STEAM APPARATUS
For Waxmlac Hotels, Chnrotia, Fmo
torleis ac,
deJO
P. W. Ruizs, Warntr, inalmtTs & Frastr.
a/Tasufactcueis of railroad
a.YJ_ CAItS Portableaod Stationr.ry
Steam and Boilers,
Portablf C'T-alur 3»w MIIIj, o*:en' P<tt««n Screw Cotter,
Ae«oUfortbea«leo( Porulttn Kioar and Cora Mill'
asdUoJu;
fCnffine tana lluaa Lathci,
Pprtja. Ihnilt, W»od MiWtiiaerjxeiMrally, Sktngte Hlua
Silde re^.Steam *od wa>rr*'aTtxr», suiske<l Braae Work
row&& and uaso pla>ss». rro.
sand Kill G*ano< made t* order.
.VAGLE STORKS CHICAGO, ILL
Mara 'tooda—" GATES k CO."
t. w. c. a. r.ci^uaaa
*. a. war*** p. a. raaiaa.
A,jrti«.lßs«.
HUDWiRE FOR SFRUfi TRADE. 1829.
JETTETT * BUTLIB,
IS Xakt mil. M ,.IS
INVITE THE COUNTRY TRADE TO THE
following:
ISO Tool Annealed Fence Wire aaioned smnbera
5 *• Brubt •• •♦ » »
&.OCK} Seas awnrted alaee and bran da.
UOO Bdla aheeSlron—aieorted.
auo " " J jnietta aorrted.
900 ** *• - K.G.
15 Osaka BbeeiZlnc.
N PLATA. Pie TIN.
OPPES BOTTOMS. BSZASTS and COYXBS,
aiYtra and KASa. TINNES'B TOOI& Mo.
A. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT*
[aaMStUrt
MCGREGOR'S CELEBRATED HEATING
STOVES.« alaea, {or Partorv Cffieea. Btorea. HaS*
aaiichsrdiea. Alao ■
STEWART'S OOOKZSa STOVX3.
■ To<ether wiUt a fine ajMrtment of
PABLOE STOVXS,
Lateet etyiee and patlc nj for sale br 0 MITZ, 18S
ttatesteeet. between Monroe aedAdaea. odUMHts)
jpURE AIR & PERFECT VENTILATION.
The nbecriben take* this method of notltvtot the p«*>
Sfi that ther hare eecsred
Siwyert Fatait Heating t firuMj
And are now prepared to farnlaa (hem to order ftn
DweXno. Chcrchea, Schoola. A& Uso. their Btovea
oonatmcted oo the aase principle, tar partots. Made
rooms and halb. and. eaoedalty
naiT.Bnan CARS.
Ventilatin* DerftoeUy all roo-ailn which thay are uel
and varmint to any required temperatore.
We refter to MeKra- W. Boylaetoo, 0. L Wheeloek
and Carter A Baarr. A rehlteete ot this coy.
partJcolara Inquire of the «bealbers at thek
OfflceNo. 31 and &3S*>«UiLaiAUe street.
F. LZSTES A CO
Clileaeo. Oet. fth. i*P. oc*? bOT-iy
T £A &. f £ E l I H S ,
OILtBKAIIP
tVbrevstershire tsauee,
P Romeed Extract
-it— of a Letter from a
4oaioiaill Medical- GenUeiaaa
<il at Madras
to be t^ie
/KJh To Hla Brother
(My SAICt, saWorc-ter.
and Mat. issl
. „ v. . -TellLea A Perrtna
Apull cable to that ibetr Saoee la
hiably ratectned la In
EYEHY YARIZTY dia and I&hJmjoptn
-m ' ~ ■ ton. the most palata
-ah- We ae well ae the wiit
IKSP wholesome Mace thai
DISH. braada."
ZXTBISI72 FRAUDS*
The only Medal awarded by the Jory of the New York
Exhibition for Forelsa Baoee wae obtained by LBA M
PK&&IX8 for tbdr Worceeterp-'lre flaoce. Thewortd
wide hae of which ha Tins tod to nomerona forrerie*.
purchasers are requested to tee that the names of Lea At
renin* are opon t/i- Wraao*r. t«abat. Stopper and BoWe.
Lea k Perrfn* will »roce-d analnat any ooe to (Hasina
either by ciann*actariaa or rmdlrui Soonooa Sanee. ana
have Infracted UftreoTrespendenlamvarleeeparte of
the world to adrise ihem of aar neh tnfHoxauots. dole
WholeaaleAseatsfortneCoitedStatet. __
JOHN DCCAS k SONS.
403 Broadway. New York.
A etoek always la atom. Also, orders read rod ror di
ffi-t«hipTw>qta from Eaaland fcSd mK \y 1
W
PATENT
SIL&MISDER SIFE
"Warehouse.
The Best Baft IntheWothL
PBATT k "wbaCE3TKß.m^^^H^^^H
197 9ooth ffa'er*.
d^SMo-ba»
LIL LI E' S mmmSLLrn^M
ISPKOFSD
Sold by E. WOO [XT.
at Depot
No. S Lake atreet, Chi-
CMQ. laSbMßly ' r
GLASS i slassu SLASH!—
Faltul Dodil.lHdiaimtften.4Hi At
-r i r"'iMiafiwaw
NUMBER 185.
Unction Sales.
(10 PARTJJEBSHIP SoTiCB.—THE DN-
J der Irsed have_tS't da* f> me<l \ Du imahl*
aode-the n«ma of HILL ft SWASBY. « r th* rxu.
p ae of ccoda.U.2 thd uentral du U »i. «Qd C^mialaftlon
ca«tno» HOK4TIO '♦l' •
I Chicaao,Jan.2s.lßS3t fcAMCEL STViixY.
HILL & SWASEY,
OnMBBAZ. AXTOTIONBSBS
I A*D
Commission. >Terctianta.
M DKABBOBT SXBSEt 34
WUladraaee oa ere*y dxacrlsilon of foods coaalxned
tor Aoctioo Sales.
STRICTLY A COdMUcIJM i OCSE.
gpgATto am. Ciag} aaacn. swasrr
gY GILBERT & SAMPSON.—
Sllrer-Flated Ware, Oil PalaU«?s t Tea Trays,
anj Parlu Barbie Statuary at
Uls more las at 10 o'clock, we will atll at on new
UkjS * beaoi'tu aaa rfoant rf ,U.
▼e p'ated tea acts, turner, ialu tao'e. demrt aod tea
*ai*es and fo»k»: apHos. c*ke baak-u ess beattra.
carter*, pariaa aurbte ratoa-y. oil palotirca. tea »?f« tn
*«e and a'scie, ent a tu> a wiib l/oi arilclei.
Also, a large variety of alt tlndaof Parnitaie.
Tv aalep aUlvaandwuboatr^tervv*
it OILBEftr k SAMPSON.
fe* <163 It Aootlooerra.-'
JgT GILBERT £ SAMPSON.
and Second Hml Furni
ture, EagrmTtne., Carpet., Crock
exy mod Stores,
AT AUCTION.
ON THCB3OAY and FBIDAY MOSNIXM. Febm
?K 9 * °* ct3C * AMm tacbdTy we will
wU tne «ntlra .ffjeta of two 'aoxUea dee.lol-s acmae
keepinft and solos to PUte'a Peak. a*, cur q-» aaiear^oo.
SiiS "" I " CM " BCT1 » «">-
SOLID ROSEWOOD IX BROC4THLE.
P»lor flo't.. h»'r clolh-rdplu.il do; Tfte vTMev
M*r te.top 'abiea, B o< Caaea, art Btras. Hall
tands Card and centra Tablea. Paricr and )Us* Uhalia,
BID-BOOK rDBNTTURS.
LP. 4 ** WaiQut aod Chamber
!S,i * a, _ 11 at> 0 *aar B s cat-a. a Man le-Up
Md slala Drtsaia* Cureaiu and «tath»unda. Waid
-7 ? la_BM*»ooJ aaj MahotMy, u*ir jaatmen.
FeatoerPU.owii judJßotUera. C-oucnerf. Cane Caaira
>;d Qlu Frame Ml/rori. itecepUoa
DXSIN3-SOO3I PTJEIiITirSK.
n?!^ !^5 T - a oik J »' , A Waiazt D al '" «*ten»loß TaWea.
Vh i. u'* ® 0.-aer7, tl asawAte. Crucaerr aod
otherStovea Hl'chrn.ware of a.i tinea.
CABPIT3 'AND ENGRAVINGS.
Rich Tapestry, Bros 11a. t-ir*« p.y and other C»n»i tin*
Ele.act an.ravuwa in tii:t Pr.aje*. Co;,', k\ v<s*
,4 i" r .! t,ai sr^atruletyoiotherg oda Salcpositive
a—a res:rv«.
tta-tJo'&j GILBERT k SAMPSON, Aoctfoaeers.
jg Y HILL & SWASEY.—
RICH PARLOR AND IR FTiaSIIURE,
OFFICE FURNITURE,
MXHBOBS, OABP£TiXTO3 AO.
Ob Moadar, Febriarr 7Ui y at 9 1-2 A. 31.,
We will sell at oar new, la*se and convenient Salesroom.
No. 54 Dearbom«et,»
Elesantaod Rich parlor rnreiiare Solid ro»e*ood bra.
catelle parior ajU. a« osan> ba!ra i t p* lor fall*,
•o'aa >f vsrt>oa p.U*roa, te«>»i-tet«a MJs .ml n, tD «r
whatn ta. roa-w. ol and mah'soiy tnaruie top eeaite
tables, ta 4a" I ®»ny caaira. tocJu&s aewtss rockera.
eaay cnahs ac.
CUUIFEI FORS TORS AND MIRRORS-Malicsa
ny chamber an, loiewwud. Imitaiiuu. taa
hogaoy »nd blm.-k.waoat t>e.ne«ua; msrole>i p «uh
aua«, bartaa* and I'onuaodes. m«rbie-toubaeeaus«Uh
ml rors b»ir and moat auttr«-a>ea. mlmra. et^,
DINNOROuM AS J KIICUK.V FUR.fITCRE
Chair, tables exieaalun tacle>d 10 and 13 letl
vai&a; and cterrs brrakfut u.lea
Aalnvoice of loraia *&d stair oarp tins, ollpafatlccs.
al»a..»ara, c.ockery. Ac. vtn.e dcaaa tf va>l«.iu uat
ittioa.
ALSO, AT U O'CLOCK.
One David-"n*a N> 8 Fire Sins 4a. r ej, In perfectorder.
One thahi. oiUinal pric<* #UU—war.anteJ
floe t sold.
neflneO-'d Watch
T«oaaailrr Fob Cnalna.
One lad.'a Dltm nd ttln*
Iwj Johnson'a cewij* uachlnea.
- reierm.
MclfftA li Li. fIVrASEY. Auo'rs.
VH. A. STTTtai. j, jj, SOTBU.
WM. A. BUTTERS A CO,
ACCTIO.N'EBSS l.\D IPPKIIijERj.
75 DEABBOBN SIHEET,
(Near the to* otfl.e ) 0.1ca«% UUaola.
sdvancet on all kind* of Mertiaidlae.
fet-tyc!3l
lioarOuig.
a FEW GENTLKMEN BOARDERS CAN
fjL be accomaoiateJ. with or wltnout roomi at 3M
i Madlaoaalr<»«t; alau a »a i of room*, tulublo f r* »mali
XAtaUy. aod required. J*29 ]w*
Boarding.—two on tures'gen
tiecnea can procure ctoanl and Rocau at
Mo. n Alto, a lew day boaraera can be
accommodated. j*t»lm ct>
BOAfiDISG.— FIRST CLASS BOARD
aa 1 pleasant rooma. auites or alnaie. at V 6
atreet. Transient Board at reAaonable r«t«a,
UOARDING. SINGLE BOOMS AND
JJaolu of rooms newly fitted up, with board, on rea*
aoaable *«na» may be ob'atned on at No 215
HAWe,S» DIREC tOKV.
followuu llatof Btuineaa tloaaci aaa Slannfac*
torlna fcetabilahmeata are amooa Uj« beat and moat oron>-
aent in Weir rescectlve llnea of boatneaa.
1 Woe* «til WbolesAld,
w. o. wiuo
Wholesale Asent for Wines, Llauora and SetXrs. 17 la.
I aaUeatxeew between Lake and Water, (one door (rem
I the Merehanta* Hotel). Chlcaco. Ul All klnda or »ro>
j arty taken la exchanxe for good* Asent for Alea and
j Porters. aclrt-ly
I White Lead Warks.
I Zm LYON Aa 00.
| BAICfiQIQIIIS OP
I WHITE LEAD AND ZINO PAnrr.
Office Aid Factory corner of Halsted and Fulton street*
West Side rnhJUy
Staple and Faaty Dry fiwb Wholesale*
PEAXE MARSH 4, DE LOWS-
Joaaaaa or
SSA7LX AND 7AXCT DRY GOOD!
AT LOW
mhPVly No. 30 Lake atreet,
! Clfltumg Wbeleaal*
I HUNTIN3TON, WADSWOUTU ft PABJL3, .
I Masnfactnrers and Dealers la
fIIKZV AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
. „ S3 and 60 Lake atreet Ohleasst
jfl| Hanover atreet. Boston. Maaa.
AcrleaJtaral Implements* lie.
P. 80. OHAPSOAM AGO.
Warelioti*^.
Bk,» Klnals aseet north BMe
Wholesale Dealers In
A6RZCULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL QCPLfc
MEKI& MAOUifitU. Aa.
tor Manny's Reaper aad Mower. ah64i
Paper WfccleMte
laRADHEB BMZTB A 00.
Manafactuiers aad Wholesale
P A P E U DEALERS*
All sties of print and book oonstantlyon hand. Cash
Mid for all loads of Psper Stock, warehoose No, is
LaaallesL, betweea Lake and dL Water-sta. tab^ly
»—taaadSh—* Wheleaale.
IWTT.T.BB A BBOWB
Manstactwers aad Wholeaate Dealers la
SOOTA SHOES AND BOBBERS,
Mo.MSoalhWateNL.cor. WeQa-at.. Chlasco.
a. x. ■""" mhlfly csas. asow,
WADSWORTH A WSLLB ~
Wholear'- Oealersht
SOOTS -A»lsrx> SHOES,
5k ft » LAiB-ST. OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS, ,
T.w.WASawoaTB. cihLWy a to. x. Vim.
RAWSOS BARTLXTT A OO.*
aad Jobb«*s In
BOOTS -AJSTX> SHOES,
211 ft 213 SOOTS WATEH-ST., C7HIOAOO.**
at West Bo jleetoa. Maasacbaaett* CmMb
Crtckery, Glass k Cblaa Ware.... .Wbeleaal*.
ORAWPORD SHARP A 00.
Importers and Deal-rs a
OROOKBRY, GLASS AID OHINA
Table Catlery. Look'os Gliasns, Castors. Britannia Wars.
mh*jy No lo* Lake Street.
Ctetk Bun Whelenl*
1858. SPRING} TRADE OSM
FIELD, BENEDICT M CO.*
81 4c 83 Soutk Water Strat*
Are aowreeeivtna their asaal larxe stock of
Broadcloths, Cassimers
DOESrCfS TWEEDS VE3TOTOS
lAXDKTS, JUUITUCRI JZAN3, COTTOHADXB
LUeas sad Llaes Drills,
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, ETO, ETO,
To wtdch they lnvtte the atttentlon of the Trade.
ftr Report of Faahleaa. mh<UW
Hate, C«|N. «■< Btraw WlirttMjfc
BEWEDIOT MALLORY A FARHA2S
WHOLESALE JOBBERS
□r
Hata, Capa and Straw Gooda
WO. 45 AND 47 LAXB STREET
■M! _
Plattla* Jills Sash Peers,
ae fIOLDITI tASR FACTOBT.
an jjnds of aash. door* aad bUadi. «!adcv aad doer
aad rfdins. oonstant ly on hand
aotfea. Also, olantne.
Aesteand sooll aawtns. and tare to*, execute din all
Sir Hoose trlmmlaxa of every var. «Tv and
tHtfthtoaott castaoera. OOTOtry orders »ollct» and
M*eUy attaodsd ta ?aJ- R>oms aad Factecy at Qi
Monit»eatreet aesr Qts Wcrts. Jail
Carriage Reparitery.
Mansjacsil
rscsol Oarrtatea,
tasaeetiyexecwled. Hose Oartlacea,RookaodLadi
JeiTiiksiuais teardar.

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